How To Do Data Recovery, Data Security, Data Backup The Right Way
RecoverySoft / October 13, 2018

One of the most frightening things that can happen to a person is to lose the data off of their hard drive. Many of us store personal and business information on our computers. The thought of losing data due to a crashed or failed hard drive or perhaps a breach of data security sends chills down the spine of every grown man and woman. Once you except that you did not back up your data you need begin the data recovery process. What exactly are your data recovery options once your hard drive crashes? First of all, stop using the computer immediately. It is not suggested that you run any data recovery software that came with your computer as this software can overwrite the original files. The next step is to allow a hard disk recovery company to restore your pertinent files. Contact a reputable company immediately. There are a few companies who come right to your home, but at-home data recovery computer services charge more. Certain computer files, such as DWG files (a complex graphics file format), require a specialist in order to be recovered. If there is damage to the hard drive you may not be able to…

Combating Risks of Permanent Data Loss During Hard Drive Failures
RecoverySoft / October 13, 2018

If you happen to have your hard disk drive fail at some point, you will be most likely in a panic-stricken situation, asking yourself how do I fix it. It is an arduous job for a rookie to dive into the problem and analyze the culprits. In reality, hard disk drive failures are not easy to fix and make you lose your valuable data. The more you fiddle with your drive, the more you ruin the chances of a successful recovery. Any non-professional attempt at recovery can cause irreparable data loss. There are many contributing factors to a hard disk failure. Any mechanical device is subject to wear and tear with time. Hard drives are mechanical devices vulnerable to circuitry and mechanical failures. This remains a fact even if you are extra vigilant and keep a close eye on your hard drive. The firmware embedded in your drive also has a good chance of being shorted out by a power surge. Additionally, the read / write heads that move above the platter may get misaligned due to a drop, improper handling of the device, or more. Hard drive failures can manifest in different forms and each failure is followed by…

CSV vs XML vs JSON – Which is the Best Response Data Format?
RecoverySoft / October 5, 2018

Whether you are building a thin client (web application) or thick client (client-server application) at some point you are probably making requests to a web server and need a good data format for responses. As of today, there are three major data formats being used to transmit data from a web server to a client: CSV, XML, and JSON. In order to develop an application with a solid architecture, it’s a good idea to understand the differences between each format and know when to use them. The purpose of this post is to define each data format, lay out the pros and cons for each, and discover which situations work best with each format. CSV CSV stands for “comma separated values”. As the name implies, this data format is basically a list of elements separated by commas. Let’s say that your response is sending back a list of people in a particular family. The format would look like this: Eric,Andrea,Kusco Pros – This format is the most compact of all three formats. Generally speaking, CSV formats are about half the size of XML and JSON formats. This is the major advantage of CSV because it can help reduce bandwidth Cons…

CSV vs XML vs JSON – Which is the Best Response Data Format?
RecoverySoft / October 3, 2018

Whether you are building a thin client (web application) or thick client (client-server application) at some point you are probably making requests to a web server and need a good data format for responses. As of today, there are three major data formats being used to transmit data from a web server to a client: CSV, XML, and JSON. In order to develop an application with a solid architecture, it’s a good idea to understand the differences between each format and know when to use them. The purpose of this post is to define each data format, lay out the pros and cons for each, and discover which situations work best with each format. CSV CSV stands for “comma separated values”. As the name implies, this data format is basically a list of elements separated by commas. Let’s say that your response is sending back a list of people in a particular family. The format would look like this: Eric,Andrea,Kusco Pros – This format is the most compact of all three formats. Generally speaking, CSV formats are about half the size of XML and JSON formats. This is the major advantage of CSV because it can help reduce bandwidth Cons…

Recovery Software For Windows Vista
RecoverySoft / October 1, 2018

Vista is the new OS of MS Window. It is equipped with many rich features and utilities. Its interactive and self-explanatory user interface draws many users as a result many users are migrating from their old OS versions to Windows Vista. Vista's popularity is increasing day by day and it is one of the Microsoft's great operating systems ever. As Vista possesses lots of features and functionalities, users are using it more and more and doing lots of work to use most of its features as a result they store more and more data in their systems. Data like office documents, files, folders, audio / video, snaps pictures movies etc. All these data are very important and you need extra care and precautions towards these data. One of the way to save your data from corruption or damage is using backup utility of Vista which is very advanced and effective. But the backup files also get corrupted. The corruption occurs due to many reasons like due to OS corruption, virus attacks, file system related problems etc. Recovering corrupt data is very backbreaking task and you also need to keep patience regarding recovering process. Since it involves lots of work and…

CSV vs XML vs JSON – Which is the Best Response Data Format?
RecoverySoft / September 29, 2018

Whether you are building a thin client (web application) or thick client (client-server application) at some point you are probably making requests to a web server and need a good data format for responses. As of today, there are three major data formats being used to transmit data from a web server to a client: CSV, XML, and JSON. In order to develop an application with a solid architecture, it’s a good idea to understand the differences between each format and know when to use them. The purpose of this post is to define each data format, lay out the pros and cons for each, and discover which situations work best with each format. CSV CSV stands for “comma separated values”. As the name implies, this data format is basically a list of elements separated by commas. Let’s say that your response is sending back a list of people in a particular family. The format would look like this: Eric,Andrea,Kusco Pros – This format is the most compact of all three formats. Generally speaking, CSV formats are about half the size of XML and JSON formats. This is the major advantage of CSV because it can help reduce bandwidth Cons…

Radio Talk Show Sample Format
RecoverySoft / September 22, 2018

You and your guest can call into your show up to 15 minutes prior to air time for any last minute issue discussion and to make sure you can hear your guest and they can hear you. When you set up your call you can and should set it up to open with everyone muted. Obviously you want to un-mute your guest as soon as they are seen on your control panel to have entered the call. Anyone that joins the call will join muted. You can un-mute them and re-mute them as their questions come up in the question cue when you start taking questions after you interview your guest. Don’t start recording the show until just before you start your show introduction. Here is a basic format for a talk show where you would be interviewing a guest and later opening the call for questions from your caller/participants: o Do you introduction to your show introducing yourself . . . Welcome your listeners and chat participants to . . . (State the name of your show and what it is about) example: This is (Your Name) and I want to welcome our callers and chatters to the (Name…

CSV vs XML vs JSON – Which is the Best Response Data Format?
RecoverySoft / September 20, 2018

Whether you are building a thin client (web application) or thick client (client-server application) at some point you are probably making requests to a web server and need a good data format for responses. As of today, there are three major data formats being used to transmit data from a web server to a client: CSV, XML, and JSON. In order to develop an application with a solid architecture, it’s a good idea to understand the differences between each format and know when to use them. The purpose of this post is to define each data format, lay out the pros and cons for each, and discover which situations work best with each format. CSV CSV stands for “comma separated values”. As the name implies, this data format is basically a list of elements separated by commas. Let’s say that your response is sending back a list of people in a particular family. The format would look like this: Eric,Andrea,Kusco Pros – This format is the most compact of all three formats. Generally speaking, CSV formats are about half the size of XML and JSON formats. This is the major advantage of CSV because it can help reduce bandwidth Cons…

Radio Talk Show Sample Format
RecoverySoft / September 17, 2018

You and your guest can call into your show up to 15 minutes prior to air time for any last minute issue discussion and to make sure you can hear your guest and they can hear you. When you set up your call you can and should set it up to open with everyone muted. Obviously you want to un-mute your guest as soon as they are seen on your control panel to have entered the call. Anyone that joins the call will join muted. You can un-mute them and re-mute them as their questions come up in the question cue when you start taking questions after you interview your guest. Don’t start recording the show until just before you start your show introduction. Here is a basic format for a talk show where you would be interviewing a guest and later opening the call for questions from your caller/participants: o Do you introduction to your show introducing yourself . . . Welcome your listeners and chat participants to . . . (State the name of your show and what it is about) example: This is (Your Name) and I want to welcome our callers and chatters to the (Name…

Radio Talk Show Sample Format
RecoverySoft / September 10, 2018

You and your guest can call into your show up to 15 minutes prior to air time for any last minute issue discussion and to make sure you can hear your guest and they can hear you. When you set up your call you can and should set it up to open with everyone muted. Obviously you want to un-mute your guest as soon as they are seen on your control panel to have entered the call. Anyone that joins the call will join muted. You can un-mute them and re-mute them as their questions come up in the question cue when you start taking questions after you interview your guest. Don’t start recording the show until just before you start your show introduction. Here is a basic format for a talk show where you would be interviewing a guest and later opening the call for questions from your caller/participants: o Do you introduction to your show introducing yourself . . . Welcome your listeners and chat participants to . . . (State the name of your show and what it is about) example: This is (Your Name) and I want to welcome our callers and chatters to the (Name…